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-profile companies have recently had big changes at the top. from the golden arches to the king of club retailers. but are these blue chip shares still strong with new leadership at the helm? cramer's looking inside the executive suite to find out. all coming up on "mad money". >> don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jimcramer on twitter. have a question? tweet cramer #madtweets. send jim an e-mail at cnbc.com or give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. [singing] hoveround takes me where i wanna go... where will it send me... one call to hoveround and you'll be singing too! pick up the phone and call hoveround, the premier power chair. hoveround makes it easier than any other power chair. hoveround is more maneuverable to get you through the tightest doors and hallways. more reliable. hoveround employees build your chair, deliver your chair, and will service your chair for as long as you own your chair. most importantly, 9 out of 10 people got their hoveround for little or no cost. call now for your free dvd and information kit. you don't really have to
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month with share prices at $35 and change. let's hope that happens because the stock is now at $41.50. that was one of the most successful stocks of the era. i won't discount the closing price, maybe four below, it's got to, have it has the best price trajectory of any right now. this is a couple we stood behind for ages saying they paid with the 3.8% deal and the stock has been creeping up. each time the stock gets hammered the analysts don't like it. why? there's been no real small business quote, so be careful. however, it's been a terrific buy after the quarter every time. finally, very controversial, we have pbh, remember that old one? you know how much we like the ceo. the street's turned against pvh, though. they are worried about the end grags of mortigo into the family of pvh brands. i think that's a mistake to turn on pvh. i would buy some before and after the quarter beginning with this, because when it reports, what we are going to find out that mortico brings to pvh that whole part of calvin klein it didn't have. it has the whole family of calvin klein brands. i think
for that. but if it does, you've got to buy it. because he thinks diana shipping is a $9 and change name headed to $14. that's in keeping with my view that this group is back. and for speculators, just speculators, it might be, along with the airlines and the mortgage insurers, the best place to play this market right now. after the break, i'll try to make you more money. >>> coming up, bill of health? all week cramer is checking out the cutting-edge science behind some of the biggest players in the biotech industry. tonight, a company forming a pipeline to fight devastating diseases. is it time to get behind their efforts. announcer: where can an investor be a name and not a number? scottrade. ron: i'm never alone with scottrade. i can always call or stop by my local office. they're nearby and ready to help. so when i have questions, i can talk to someone who knows exactly how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. that's why i'm with scottrade. announcer: scottrade- proud to be ranked "best overall client experience." [ male announcer ] this is a reason to look
. and that's the big change of 2013. the big change to so many skeptics, including many in the media refusing to recognize. the markets have little memory and no justice. you may think all bank stocks should be sold because deutsche bank and bvva are going down. but if you're a loan officer in columbus, ohio, you don't know or even care about cyprus. and if you're a banker at citigroup, you're trying to figure out how to handle the huge influx of capital from the continent. what are we supposed to sell, right? what are we supposed to sell because of this inner relation or lack thereof? how many times, how many times does that have to occur to people before we realize how rong it is? how many times do we have to sell raw stores or bristol-myers because of cyprus? someone say we need to sell every single time we get bad news out of europe. i would say the admonition that there's a sucker born every minute fits these fine. every time the future sellers get in there and blowing out of stocks all over the place, it's been a terrific opportunity to -- >> buy, buy, buy! >> it's not bullishness peopl
this industry was. but like dylan tells us, the times they are a changing. thanks to a wave of consolidation, i was going to say -- i was going to almost get on the desk but then i jumped off and hurt my back. so bullish on the entire airline sector in 26 years back to when i swore i would never commit this sin again. and the one to buy, the new american airlines, the one that we combine with u.s. airways and because the parent of american is in bankruptcy, buy the company that is merging with it. u.s. airways. with this deal, will become the best of the bunch. it is truly ready to roar. >> the house of pain. >> the house of pleasure. >> mail forwarded. we have witnessed a series of mergers, southwest acquisition of airtran and we learned that u.s. airways is merging with amr. the competition that made the industry uninvestable is now gone. i have invested in two colleges and have two kids there. anyway, the entire country is now like alaska. because there is no real competition anywhere to be found. don't you love that? terrible if you are like a traveler. pretty good if you are a stock holder
show. even with the stock at 112 and change, the darn thing is only selling 16 times next year's earnings estimates. that's cheaper than the generous mills, for heaven's sake. i think it could have more room to run. celgene has a number of drugs on the market for cancer and blood disorders, excellent pipeline. right now celgene is a three-legged stool. the first and strongest leg is the multiple myeloma franchise. a mega blockbuster that is expected to do an incredible $14.1 billion sales in 2014. as it now has the potential to do peak sales of $6 billion treating multiple myeloma. you don't see the offlabel use in europe which is why celgene has been trying to get the drug used over there. it could be a billion dollar opportunity for the company. back in june the company withs drew its filing in eu and the stock got slammed from $67 to $59 as everybody blinked with celgene's future. i told you to stick with it. the ceo came on the show and he is a risk ceo. the stock is now up 88% since then. i thought we were a long way when we said it was okay. if you had to pull back on thi
. because he thinks diana shipping is a $9 and change name headed to $14. that's very much in keeping with my view that this group is back. and for speculators, just speculators, it might be, along with the airlines and the mortgage insurers, the best place to play this market right now. after the break, i'll try to make you more money. >>> coming up, bill of health? all week cramer is checking out the cutting-edge science behind some of the biggest players in the biotech industry. tonight, a company forming a pipeline to fight devastating diseases. is it time to get behind their efforts? >>> i realized this today. back in the 1990s, the big phrma names, stocks, they weren't synonymous with safety and defense and dividend yields like they are now. they were actually synonymous with growth. at that time, the major drug companies were innovation factories, constantly churning out new and better drugs. and best of all, they traded like growth stocks. these days, merck and pfizer trade at 11 and 12 times earnings respectively and they are dividend factories. back then they traded 40 times
will talk to scientists about climate change. cars will talk to road sensors will talk to stoplights about traffic efficiency. the ambulance will talk to patient records will talk to doctors about saving lives. it's going to be amazing. and exciting. and maybe, most remarkably, not that far away. the next big thing? we're going to wake the world up. ♪ and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. ♪ cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> when you're trying to pick high-quality stocks, there's there huge component that cannot be quantified. a lot of what goes into making a company great has to do with management and the way people at the top execute. but these are things you can't evaluate in a spread sheet, you can't put a number on the thing. we know phenomenal executives when we see them and need to learn from these people if only we can spot when someone else is doing something similar. that's why i'm thrilled to be talking to the former chairman and ceo of shearing plow after first turning it from a down and out -- money losing company to a drug power house in record time. partner and ma
culture, it's a strong culture, but it's very hard to change. that's one of the hardest things for change leaders is how do you get a culture to change? and the important way is you've got to get people convinced that they need to change. and you've got to show them a direction. and you've got to role model it and you've got to be patient and tough and you've got to make sacrifices and you've got to fire a few people and you've got to send messages. it's a tough, tough journey, but it can be done. >> all right. you reinvented schering, a company we all knew was kind of a bleed-off company, like a lot of big pharma. why is big pharma struggling here? why are the celgenes, the biogens, the gileads doing all the inventing? >> reinvention is what i talk about in the book. i think there's a need for big pharma to reinvent, because some of these older approaches are no longer working. you just heard today, and i think your channel is carrying the news, a new drug for ms, biogen is the company, specialty products are the new way people want to have their drugs come to them. the primary drugs are
needs to make a change, if only they show the market they are trying to turn over a new leaf. there is the sense that the coach brand got stodgy, logo, way too pervasive. outlet stores too large part of the business. and 30% of the sales came from outlets and when that happened, coach lost some of its aspirational luxury brand halo. and a lot of people said, let's go to canal street in lower new york city and buy a fake, if the real one lost that much luster. really, our undercover team just this morning bought these fakes, on canal street. today. these are the real deal. and can you actually tell the difference? well, i got to tell you before i -- i'm jumping to conclusions. i've called these fakes, but the salespeople on the street, they did tell us that these were real, so it's entirely possible that in the time since we started the show, that maybe they developed a new curbside set of distributors. combat the stodginess, and they hope to appeal to the higher end segment of the market and a new bag line. higher margins than the one they just retired. they lost market share
dropped about 7%. unless something dramatic has changed, so that if you absolutely positively have to have something delivered overnight so now you choose united parcel, this is an extremely worrisome fact. and then after the bell, oracle, the technology company got ferociously hammered. that's a terrible sign for i.t. spending. shipping, earth moving, these are gigantic technology. and of course, just three weeks ago we heard when the sequester kicks off the economy is going to down shift as hundreds of thousands of people are going to be laid off. i mean, how many times have we heard that? in two weeks the shutdowns begin. people were negative. come on, right? now the bears who were praying for a fed bull from hell to vindicate their total lack of performance will claim that bernanke is a phony. can you have the stock of williams-sonoma rally 10% and think that things aren't fabulous? and especially when the -- plus toll had some big numbers the bears think that bernanke is playing a dangerous game here. and that he won't be able to unload all of those bonds he bought without moving inte
has changed? now we get seller's remorse almost daily. now we feel palpable pain whenever we let stocks go? how do i know this? you see, i run a trust, a charitable trust for all the proceeds donated to charity. and there are a ton of stocks frankly i can't even look at anymore. i took off my cell phone app, the one you press where it has all the ones, i had to eliminate them. try to shield my eyes from. i'm not kidding, shield my eyes from. even when i watch the tape underneath our host, i can't stop, darn it all, darn it all, because they went up huge after i sold them. i've got bad seller's remorse. let me give you a few examples of just how raw i feel. a real chafing. hydrocortisone doesn't work. even neosporin is not working for me. this morning boeing, how the company insists yet again it's about to get approval for the new battery situation for the dreamliner, like a duracell? no. my travel trust bought boeing beautifully, paying in the 60s at one of the previous set of worries about the dreamliner that were not realized. it caused the stock to run $75 and people realized
changes his stance, even if the economy is humming. i just don't know what level that top will come from. maybe it comes from dow, i don't know, like 16,000 or what the rest of the employment picture will look like. because we do know the federal government is pulling back from job creation fast and furious. oh, by the way, i don't like that north korea just undid the hard fought armistice with south korea or the new leader wants to destroy washington while watching basketball with dennis rodman. somehow if it was michael joor dan, i would be less concerned. however, despite all these big picture woes, what do we know, we know from costco, home depot, harth, walmart. and from macy's! the things are just dandy with the consumer. and as horrible as jcpenney is doing, courtesy of an implosion led by wall of shamer, ceo, ron johnson, can't be providing a boost for every retailer, could it be? the consumer is fine. so i'm bullish, what else. housing is strong, getting stronger. consensus says we'll build 1 million homes, i think it will be way off, 20% more than that. 1.2 million. autos still
was gonna change that. all that would have done is made me less classy and sort of a crappy person for doing it, and i just couldn't do it. >>> i'm jim cramer and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game! >> firms are going to go out of business and he's nuts. they're nuts! they know nothing! >> i like to say there's a bull market somewhere. mad money, you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, i'm just trying to save you some money. my job isn't just to entertain you, but coach and teach. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. we are all so conditioned to hating stocks and hating the market that we're puzzled. we can't seem to figure out how to deal with the new levels we've seen. including today, when the dow gained five points and the nasdaq advanced .09%. i know even i, i've said i want to wait for a couple of down days after this winning streak simply because we haven't been up nine straight days in a row for the dow since november of 1996, and that -- ♪ hallelujah >> that's a stunning record to be tying a
and change. it was shortly before the deal was announced. you cannot be in dell, people. it is dangerous now. i believe you must ring the register first thing monday morning. yes, it is dangerous. and you have to sell dell. hey, dude, get out of dell. tuesday we get february housing starts. right now bulls are saying we could build as many as one million homes this year. i think because of the inventory shortage we could need as many as 1.2 million homes. make no mistake housing and -- two big drivers of this economy and i think we'll be pleasantly surprised when we get this housing starts number. of course, the fed bull from hell crowd will ratchet up their bets. that lightning will strike on wednesday if they see a strong number. and i think they will be, unfortunately, unpleasantly surprised when they see it because nobody in that crowd wants to see any good. i actually like things that are good. old fashioned. housing's so strong that it's lifting all boats including brunswick by the way and the housewares. so let's listen to william sonoma conference call on their earnings on tuesday to
. and we think we've got a lot more in front of us. >> it sounds like also your spending has changed for advertising. you don't have to spend -- i know you want to take the share back in cereals. but you're back to a level where you can return a lot more money to the shareholders than i expected in this cycle. >> i suspect we'll be the biggest advertiser in the food space again. but we'll down a little bit. we chose this year to put a little more investment into value into making sure that we had the prices right on all of the products. you know, again, that's because the fact is that it's still tough out there. the consumer is very focused on value and we had a couple of products, yogurt for instance with we didn't think the value was right and on cereal where we didn't think it was right. we trimmed the sales a bit. and we have a high investment in advertising. frankly when we got our value right the rest of the marketing, awful the consumer promotion that works better already. so we made that adjustment this year and we think that that was the right thing to do. over time, you kno
's headquartered in the hague. should they change their name to the netherlands construction company or maybe just the succinct dutch oven? who could make a joke about chicago bridge and iron other than cramerica? cbi is in terrific shape. we know that this is the case because last week on february 27th, chicago bridge and iron, they knocked it out of the park. reporting a spectacular quarter with earnings coming at 91 cents on an 8 cent beat on better than expected revenues that rose 22.5% year over year. even though cbi had run up dramatically, the stock continued to surge after the report rallying from $53 to $55.87 where, like many other stocks, it hit a brand new high. not everyone is doing as well as chicago bridge and iron. just two days later, foster wheeler, another energy related engineering and construction company reported abysmal numbers! yeah, they delivered a 19 cent earnings miss off a 46 cent basis and revenues declined nearly 35% year over year, coming in far below what the analysts were looking for. while cbi reaffirmed its strong outlook for 2013, foster wheeling blamed the wea
the last couple years. their story has changed here recently. they finally divested some of their toxic mortgage investments and they're refocused on their core business. i sold 20% stake at 24.80. it's now at 27. big run today. how much run do they have left? >> i remember when the stock was considerably higher. i've got to tell you. i remember when they turned down all the other things they were doing that were bad. i don't want you to sell anymore. i think this is a very compelling story. all right, what's good for jobs is good for the economy. what's good for the economy is good for the market. and if it's good for the market, it's good for corporate profits. so make sure you're listening to what these companies have to say. because i've got to tell you, it could be just still one more good week for those who are not frightened out of their wits and sitting with all their money in their mattress. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, train time? from trucks to now trains. >> it's real enough so we're spending real money. >> natural gas seems to be getting another shot at be
to $58 and change where michael kors, the man himself sold a huge slug of stock. do you know why i think this pullback is a quintessential buy? and this lululemon apparel store where people buy anti-stink pants and it is going to 250 down road and that's not even counting international opportunities and it's heavily shorted. ralph lauren is a master of high end apparel brands and these stocks are down. we have interesting opportunities here and today i want to add coach and tiffany's to the retail segment of the gatsby index. coach has made the difficult and some say treacherous transition from being a high-flying growth to a value stock. the way you usually make the transition is the way these guys did, having fallen some 30 points from his high and now trading less than 12 times earnings is coach. the company bringing in a new ceo at the beginning of next year. maybe some people are worried about that. lou frank should stay on as chairman and coach could take itself private or be acquired by a foreign luxury apparel. j. crew took itself private. it would send up the stock big. tiffany,
me in now and then so i could get a shower, clean, change. but you know what? i never stopped saving. i remember cashing my paycheck every other week and writing a check to fidelity magellan fund. how poor was i? yet still putting money away. when i ultimately, of course, got mono numononeucleosis. no branch where i was last stationed with the company americansfully put me on the road so i could -- expenses and day-to-day. i had to go to a migrant farm clinic, i still put money away. which by the way, i had a doctor who was pretty much one of the best i ever had. the up shot of investing when you're living in your car, amazingly, giving money to the best stock picker of all time, i managed to gather up 35 years later to put enough to way to teach. money ultimately went into six figures. i stopped putting money into that fund years ago, but through the power of compounding, made a ton of money. i think the take away here is what i want you to do is save no matter what. no matter what. obviously, the early the best through thick and thin. when cnbc has all those managers on, you don't
in a thoughtful way. and explain why they think i should change my mind. take liz yelizabetharden. the beauty company that makes all kind of cosmetics and fragrances. here is a stock that ran up to $49 earlier this year and then got crushed. the company missed numbers and cut guidance. that was back on january 31st. arden lost a quick 16% ofity value in a single day. wow. and the stock has been trading around the 38 to 39 level ever since. just hasn't been able to recover. so about a week later, i said some critical things about the company on squawk on the streak. mainly it was the estee louder and elizabeth arden in the same sentence. >> go with the coach tiffany or estee lauder. >> i think estee lauder. they are a remarkably company. and and not elizabetharden. i shouldn't say estee lauder and elizabetharden in the same sentence. sorry. >>> what do you do to stay away from the foul smelling stock? there are two sides it every story. elizabetharden sent me a very polite letter. not kidding. they gave me a turn-around story. i'm convinced there could be a potential reversal of fortune forrar
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